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NCAA Tournament 2021 Selection Sunday: Titus & Tate live bracket reaction show

March 14

The madness is officially back in March with the arrival of Selection Sunday.

As the bracket was filled out and the first-round matchups were revealed, our very own Mark Titus and Tate Frazier were live to share all their reactions to who was in, who was out and who was seeded where.

Titus, an alumnus of Ohio State University, and Frazier, an alumnus of the University of North Carolina, were joined by some big-name guests on Sunday.

Iowa Hawkeyes All-American center and two-time Big Ten Player of the Year Luka Garza headlined a star-studded group featuring Arkansas Razorbacks head coach Eric Mussleman – aka the "Muss Bus," who actually joined the show while on a bus! – Purdue Boilermakers head coach Matt Painter and former University of Virginia standout and national champion Kyle Guy.

Once the bracket was revealed, Titus and Tate dived right in, breaking down whether this tournament ultimately will come down to Gonzaga against the rest of the field.

The dynamic duo discussed which players they think might be able to carry their squads all the way to a national title ...

... and reflected on the cases for the last four teams in (including whether UCLA deserved a berth) and the first four teams out (with apologies to Louisville).

Want even more? At 12 p.m. ET Monday, Titus & Tate will be back live to fill out their brackets and give you advice on doing the same.

Until then, follow Titus & Tate on Twitter and YouTube, and check out CBB on FOX on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook as well!


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